Hydrangea Asymmetric Hoop Earrings
Complete your outfit with these one-of-a-kind stylish hydrangea asymmetric hoop earrings. With a mystic galaxy colour palette, these earrings will go well with a lightweight bohemian style outfit.
Handcrafted using the Tsumami-zaiku technique
Made with extra lightweight silk organza fabric
Hand painted fabric
Mounted on silver-plated hoops with silver plated jewellery findings
Petal Side 2.5cm(w) x 2cm(l) x 0.3cm(t)
Flower Side 2.2cm(w) x 2.2cm(l) x 0.5cm(t)
Hoop Diameter 3cm
Please keep the piece dry. Do not wash. Remove dust with a clean brush.
Tsumami-zaiku is an artisan skill originated in the Japanese aristocracy, dating back to the late 18th century. Today, the craft is still used extensively to make exquisite floral headpieces for Maikos (apprentice Geishas). Tsumami-Zaiku is a delightful union of Japanese tradition, culture, and nature. We aim to bring this over two-century-old craft into modern fashion, so as to create distinctive, unique, and alternative headpieces.
Takara is a British headpiece and accessory designer-maker based in Sheffield. We create beautiful, delicate and elaborate pieces for every special occasion. Our creations of distinctive designs and styles are made for women who want to show their individuality through fashion, and appreciate fine craftsmanship, originality, and quality. Not only are our pieces beautiful fashion items, each of them is a unique piece of wearable work of art.
The magic happens in our little studio in Sheffield, where all of our pieces are meticulously handcrafted by Cora. Putting her soul into each and every piece she makes, Cora dedicates her full attention and care to her creations from start to finish. From designing to glue production, from flower-making to mounting, Cora focuses on every step along the way to create the most luxurious and exquisite piece for you. As an artist, Cora takes great inspiration from nature and creates a wide variety of flowers. Butterflies, birds, and the ocean are also her subject of interest and often appear in her work.